Ferdie da Birdie and Ferdia, his Cousin, in "It'll Drive You Crazy."
Ferdie: Ferdia, my cousin, is coming today to my house. She is as old as I am, and she is very nice.
Ferdie: Do you want to go to a restaurant?
Ferdia: Yes, gladly. I'm as hungry as a bear!
In the Restaurant
Ferdie: This restaurant serves every type of food.
Ferdie: (to Waiter) Please bring us some Italian food.
Ferdia: Ferdie, I'm allergic to Italian food!
Ferdia: (tapping pizza on table) What is this?
Ferdie: Pizza, naturally. A true Italian food.
Ferdia: (tosses pizza against wall, where it shatters on impact) It's a little too hard.
Ferdie: It seems you don't like pizza.
Ferdie: (nervously) The Greek Salad is much better.
Ferdia: I don't like Olives. And every Greek salad has lots of olives.
Ferdie: (laughing and pointing at a gyrating figure) Look - what a funny clown! Ha ha ha!
Ferdia: That's not a clown. He's choking on an olive.
Ferdie: Ha ha
.oh. Opps. Hmm
. Oh, Waiter! Please bring us some French, not Greek.
Ferdie: (to Ferdia) You like French cuisine, yes? Am I right?
Ferdia: (folds arms) Right now, I don't care.
Waiter: Here is your French cuisine.
Ferdia: Good. I'm very hungry and a little angry.
Ferdia: (as Waiter lifts lid and reveals their live food) FROGS?!?
Ferdia: (standing) I hate frogs!
Ferdia: (snags Ferdie by the leg)
Ferdia: (uses Ferdie as a mallet, swinging him over her head and squashing the frogs)
*note: 'Schlag', in this case, roughly translates to 'Wham!'
Ferdie: (lying limply on the last squashed frog) Ow
Ferdie: I get the feeling that you're upset with me.
Ferdia: (hauls Ferdie up by non-existent shirt and prepares to pummel him) Yeah. Just a bit.
Ferdie: Wait! Would you like to go to a typical American locale instead?
Ferdia: (munching on a cheeseburger) Ferdie?
Ferdia: Next time, can we come here first?
Ferdie: Sounds good to me!
Moral: McDonalds may not be something very special, but it is always good.
*Note: This was a play on words in German that doesn't exactly translate - 'Besonders' in German is 'special', while 'besonders' (as an adjective and not a noun) is 'always'.